Registered in Scotland Charity No SC042894
Scottish based charity providing information & support for those affected by CMN
We’re here to help offer support, raise awareness, educate & promote research.
We are the only Scottish based charity to provide information and support for those affected by Congenital Melanocytic Naevi. We aim to support those affected by CMN.
Visit the Caring Matters Now website www.caringmattersnow.co.uk
Hannah was born on 26 January 2001 with multiple extensive CMN covering approximately 70-
A CMN is an abnormally large collection of pigmented cells in the skin and are regarded as a type of benign tumour.
There are many ways to help including making a donation, raising funds on our behalf or becoming a member.
During her short life it was Hannah’s wish to write and publish a book. Make-
Dr Kinsler is a leading expert on CMN and has devoted her career to research the condition and find a cure.
We’re here to help offer support, raise awareness, educate & promote research & your donations help.
It is with regret and much deliberation that the Trustees of Hannah Bostock Charity have decided to wind up the Charity.
The main reason is being such a small charity it has proven very difficult to reach the aims that the Trustees had set out to achieve for such a rare condition.
However we have achieved a lot in the few years we have been on the go including donations to Dr Kinsler at Great Ormond Street for CMN Research.
Caring Matters Now as a much larger and more established charity achieves the aims that we had set out to achieve and hence all remaining funds, £6158.85 has been donated to them in Hannah’s name to continue the great work they do for CMN.
The Hannah Bostock CMN Charity Trustees would like to thank all those that helped the charity with donations, time and participating in our events, from family and friends to local schools, businesses and work colleagues – without you all we wouldn’t have achieved what we did in the few years we were running.
As individuals we will continue to support CMN and would encourage you to continue supporting CMN through Caring Matters Now.
Hannah Bostock CMN Charity Trustees
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